Journey through time and discover a sailor’s life aboard the historic naval vessels at Battleship Cove in Fall River, MA. Experience six ships including the battleship Massachusetts and submarine Lionfish, exciting tours, exhibits, interactives and live demonstrations. Plus, get two museums for the price of one with the addition of the Maritime Museum featuring a 28’ model of the RMS Titanic and the exciting DIVE! exhibit!
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April 5, 2020:  Hop to the Carousel
Children are invited to enjoy unlimited rides at the carousel for an Easter-themed event. Take pictures with the Easter Bunny, go on an egg hunt, and take part in some Easter crafts. Children must be accompanied by adult. Tickets ($10) must be purchased in advance. GET DETAILS

May 10, 2020 (9 am - 5 pm):  Mother's Day
Moms can enjoy half off admission on their visit to Battleship Cove this Mother's Day.  GET DETAILS

Picture books come alive through art exhibitions, art-making workshops, film, children’s theater, music, and story times.
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March 21, 2020 (3 pm - 4 pm): Happier Family Comedy Show

Founded in 2015, Happier Valley Comedy is the heart of improv comedy in Western Mass! Their Happier Family Comedy Show is all about letting creativity flourish in an accepting atmosphere. Each improv show is an hour-long, all new, and created on the spot based on audience members’ suggestions and participation. Geared for kids ages 5-12, you won’t want to miss this program packed full of high energy and family-friendly funnies! Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Museum Admissions Desk or by calling 413-559-6336. GET DETAILS

March 22, 2020 (All Day): Special Sundays in the Studio

Join us in the Art Studio to explore new materials and try a different project! Free with Museum Admission. March 22 is also the Very Hungry Caterpillar Day. Celebrate the Caterpillar's special day at The Carle! Enjoy a special art studio project, Museum-wide scavenger hunt, films, storytimes and a dance party with the Very Hungry Caterpillar! GET DETAILS


The Museum of Russian Icons houses one of the world’s largest collections of Russian Icons – sacred paintings – used for veneration in the Orthodox Christian tradition. With more than 1,000 icons and related artifacts spanning six centuries, we offer a unique and welcoming experience rich with art, history, and culture.
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Now through March 8, 2020: Emil Hoppe: Photographs of the Ballets Russes

In the 1920s and 30s Emil Otto Hoppé was one of the most sought-after photographers in the world. This exhibitions pays homage to Sergei Diaghilev who founded the Ballets Russes, and Emil Otto Hoppê, who photographed the champions of that illustrious company. GET DETAILS

Now through March 8, 2020: Nuts About Nutcrackers

Traditionally nutcracker dolls looked like toy soldiers and were the inspiration for for the the story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King. Many crafters of nutcracker dolls put form over function and some were over designed and became purely decorative. GET DETAILS


A collection of over 2 million stamps. The Museum is open Thursday to Sunday, noon to
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April 30, 2020 (9:30 am - 3 pm): Annual Postal Symposium: 
The theme this year is Swiss postal history. Admission is free but please register.For more information and a program and/or to register, email to